VICTORVILLE, Calif. — Police are looking for help finding a man they say threw urine on a Southern California McDonald’s employee after an argument about his order.

Police Det. Mike Mason tells KNBC-TV (http://bit.ly/2cQ93E9) that on the night of July 26, three people ordered bundt cakes at the drive-thru of a McDonald’s in Victorville.

Mason says a man in the backseat began arguing with the employee at the window when the order cost a dollar more than expected. The customers still bought the cakes.

About 10 minutes later one of the men returned to the window, screamed at the worker and threw a large cup of liquid at her. It was later determined to be urine.

The man left in a small, compact four-door vehicle.

Police are hoping anyone who witnessed the incident will call them.

VIAThe Associated Press
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